Prince of Qin
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Prince of Qin or King of Qin may refer to:
- King Huiwen of Qin, ruled 338 BC – 311 BC, son of Duke Xiao of Qin.
- King Wu of Qin, ruled 310 BC – 307 BC
- King Zhaoxiang of Qin, ruled 306 BC – 250 BC
- King Xiaowen of Qin, ruled 250 BC – 249 BC
- King Zhuangxiang of Qin, ruled 249 BC – 247 BC, father of Qin Shi Huang.
- Qin Shi Huang, ruled 246 BC – 221 BC as King of Qin before declaring as First Emperor.
- Fusu, first son of Qin Shi Huang who committed suicide.
- Ziying, claimed the reduced title King of Qin prior to the collapse of Qin dynasty.
- Fu Hong, self-proclaimed to be the Prince of Three Qins.
- Fú Jiàn, founding emperor of the Former Qin state.
- Yao Chang, self-proclaimed to be the Prince 10,000 Years of Qin.
- Qifu Guoren, founding prince of the Western Qin state.
- Qifu Gangui, second prince of the Western Qin state.
- Qifu Chipan, third prince of the Western Qin state.
- Qifu Mumo, last prince of the Western Qin state.
Southern and Northern Dynasties
- Helian Chang, created in 430, former ruler of the Xia state.
- Yang Jun (prince) (died 600), third son of Emperor Yang of Sui.
- Yang Hao (prince) (died 618), puppet prince for Yuwen Huaji.
- Emperor Taizong of Tang, second emperor of Tang dynasty.
- Qian Chu (posthumously), former king of Wuyue.
- Zhao Defang (Chinese: 趙德芳), fourth son of Emperor Taizu of Song.
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